North Korea says it successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb in its latest nuclear test Sunday.
The House Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed the Justice Department and the FBI for documents.
A majority of Michigan voters believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, according to a new poll.
Heavy rain and 185 mph winds lashed the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico’s northeast coast Wednesday as Hurricane Irma roared through.
One man was killed and two others were injured after a shooting in Muskegon Tuesday night.
JaCoby Jones and John Hicks hit two home runs and the Detroit Tigers had six homers in all in a victory over the Kansas City Royals.
A vigil was held Tuesday night for a Wyoming woman at the location her family says police found her car.
Nissan’s new Leaf electric car goes father on a charge and comes with autonomous drive technology and single-pedal driving.
After dominating throughout the regular season, the West Michigan Whitecaps will begin their playoff push Wednesday.
Two of the state’s college football programs are going through big transitions in multiple ways this season.
Another arrest was made in connection to a big drug bust in Grand Rapids that resulted in one of the defendants being shot.
Western Michigan nearly pulled off the impossible last Saturday.
A Grand Valley State University student protected under DACA is now facing an uncertain future.
Detectives spent hours at the home of the ex-boyfriend of a woman who has been missing since Sunday morning.
As word spread of the 25 flood refugees now housed at the Noah Project, people crowded the small waiting area of the Airline Road shelter.
The search for a missing Calhoun County girl is over.
Authorities have identified the final teenage victim in a fiery weekend crash just east of Kalamazoo.
Former Detroit Tiger pitcher Justin Verlander will be pitching Thursday, but for the first time in his career, not in a Tigers uniform.
The American Red Cross is recruiting West Michigan residents ready to help victims of Hurricane Harvey and other disasters.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony has been held at an $860 million sports complex that is the new home of the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons.